Urbania Suites

Montaneses 2585, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1428, Argentina | Condo
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This condo, located in the C13 area of Buenos Aires, is near Bosques de Palermo, Temaiken Park, Tierra Santa, and Museo de Arte Espanol Enrique Larreta.
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Don't cry for us Argentina . . .

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Apr 21, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... Rhianwyn scanned the platform for potential thieves, John reached into his pocket for the card, while also scanning the area. Touching the card to the pad, nothing happened? Repeating the action still had no effect!? Rhianwyn tried but still nothing? Our first attempt at Argentinian subway travel was not going well. Sticking out like sore thumbs a guard came over and though he had no English could see our problem so tried the card a couple of ...

Tango Time

A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Feb 05, 2014

9 photos

... Along the way we also passed by the Boca Jrs stadium. That evening we headed out for a steak dinner at a "flash" resteraunt. The steak was tasty but nothing on the NYE steaks at the ranch in Salta.

Day three we spent walking around town, looking in shops and people watching. Megs headed off with a couple from the group who got undercuts. Luckily enough Megs didn't come back sporting one. That night we headed out for a Tango. First off we ...

Getting around Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by erucci on Jan 18, 2014

... nearly impossible to stay within the city and take a cab that costs more than $10, at least during the day. At night, rates seem to be ~25% higher.

Two tips if you do decide to try public transportation:

  • Get a Sube card - this is a mag-stripe card that can be recharged and used to pay for the Subte or bus. You can buy one at a post office and register it to your name, however you need a passport for this and it is much easier ...

The more you learn - the less you know!

A travel blog entry by frombawithlove on Nov 17, 2013


Our first week in BA has been a whirlwind of classes. Four hours of Spanish a day, and mornings of yoga (for me), pilates (for M), and gym work outs with our personal trainer Pablo.

In the tiny language school we compete with the sounds from the street outside to make ourselves heard. On some days the temperature reaches nearly 30 degrees, and Spring winds blow the city's grit into our eyes.

We get through five "professors" in five days as they struggle to ...

Last Day in Argentina

A travel blog entry by graybeard on Oct 31, 2013

2 comments, 58 photos

... to France from 1885 to 1893 where he fell in love with French architecture and he hired a French architect to pattern his "home" after French chateaus of the era. The center section of the exterior was patterned after the Louvre. All the materials for the home were made in France and imported.

He had political ambitions in Argentina and when he built the house he built it with the idea that, after he was elected president of the country it would ...

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